Photolari is the most important Spanish language photography channel on Youtube. This past August our co-founder Jorge Delgado-Ureña was featured in their section “Mi Mochila” (my camera bag) in which famous photographers share what they have in their camera bag when they travel.
About Christelle Enquist
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Christelle Enquist contributed a whooping 40 entries.
Entries by Christelle Enquist
Vueling is the largest Spanish airline by fleet size and number of destinations (serving over 100 destinations in Africa, Asia, Middle East and Europe). This past July we were featured in their blog: At 30,000 feet, with some tips on how to take good photos when we travel.
With images taken they can capture a moment in time, which words sometimes can’t describe.
This summer, as part of a Raw Society Photo tour workshop, amateur and professional photographers visited the Mississippi Delta.
“Our aim is to teach photography and provide unforgettable and ‘raw’ experiences in the places where the workshops take place,” co-founder Christelle Enquist said…
3 years ago today my 6-month solo trip came to an end and my life, as I had previously known it, too. But before I get into how it changed everything and what I learned from the experience, let me tell you how it all began.
You know how sometimes you listen to a song and you feel like it’s about you? That’s how I felt the first time I went to a conference given by Tino Soriano. OK, so it wasn’t EXACTLY about me or my life (his is much more exciting)…
When you travel it can sometimes be a little overwhelming to decide what to use to carry your camera. There are backpacks, messenger bags, large sizes, smaller ones, different colours. What do you choose and are there any other options? Keep reading to find out!
Rai. The surname will ring a bell, especially since just last week we made many references to it in our blog and have no doubt that you all read us religiously ;). For the few of you who don’t anxiously wait for Thursday to come along to be able to read our blog, last week we wrote an article about Raghu Rai, the Father of Indian Photography, and that’s the Rai we are referring to.
There are plenty of virtual galleries available to showcase street photography, however, exhibiting this work in the ‘real world’ is whole different story, especially as an emerging photographer. Is there a time lag between the virtual and real world in which it’s just a matter of time before the real world catches up? Or does street photography signed by John or Jane Doe simply not sell?
We interviewed Alexey Shifman, founder of Raw Street Photo Gallery to answer these questions for us.
My father’s passing left me with one big regret: not having photographed the precious moments I had had with him. Not having a visual testament of his life. Why am I telling you all this? Well, not a week after my father’s death, and purely by chance, I stumbled across @my_dad_for_a_while on Instagram. This is where the inspiring story begins.
Cleverly named ‘Mission Gold’, which references the Mission Neighbourhood of San Francisco and what Nick refers to as the 24-Carat motherlode that he himself has mined from the street to create this project, it focuses on the entrepreneurs that live and thrive in the shadows of Silicon Valley.